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# Author: Denis Roy
# Date: 2005-06-16
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$pageKeywords = "dltk, tcl, ruby, python, languages, eclipse, ide";
$pageAuthor = "Andrey Platov";
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<h3>Project Plans</h3>
<li><a href="">DLTK 0.9 Project Plan</a> is targeted to Eclipse 3.3 Platform and will reflect all the features stated in the creation review slides, will inlcude SDK with examples and ISV documentation.
In addition full-featured TCL, Python, and Ruby IDE will be delivered as a components of the project.</li>
<li><a href="plan0_7.php">DLTK 0.7 Project Plan</a> is targeted to Eclipse 3.2 Platform and include feature-rich TCL IDE. Probably subsequent version (0.8) would be released on this stream preserving Eclipse 3.2 compatibility. </li>
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<h6>Related links</h6>
<li><a href="/proposals/dltk/">Project proposal</a></li>
<li><a href="/proposals/dltk/Dynamic%20Languages%20Toolkit%20-%20Creation%20Review%20Slides.pdf">Creation review slides</a></li>
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